Universal Basic Income could lead to increased human capital investments that show up in the medium to long run.

"Second, a UBI may lead to increased human capital investments, by both young people and adults. There is extensive evidence that credit constraints are binding on many students and lead to reduced educational attainment (Lochner and Monge-Naranjo 2012). A UBI would loosen these constraints, allowing more educational investment, including on-the-job training. Effects might be particularly strong for mid-career workers who see value in retraining but cannot forgo earnings to do so. Any impact on human capital accumulation would naturally translate into higher wages in the medium to longer run."